Graphix Supply World has had major success at the Sign Africa Cape Town Expo, which took place from 29-30 May at the Cape Town International Convention Centre, having sold six eco-friendly Acuity LED 1600 UV Inkjet printers, which it launched at the expo, two Esko Kongsberg iXP24 machines and a Mimaki UJF6042 to DLonra – the first to be sold in Cape Town.
The company also sold seven of The Magic Touch printers, the innovative Swiss Army Knife of a printer that can print on anything from leather to metal at affordable costs.
‘We are enjoying a growth in sales across all our digital products,’ said Robert Franco, MD of Graphix Supply World. ‘At Sign Africa Expo the Accuity LED 1600 was the star of the show because of the ink, print-heads and LED-curing systems that are specifically designed to work together to give brilliant images at speed with minimal environmental impact. Also the market values Graphix Supply World’s in-house finance proposition.’
Following on from the success of Sign Africa 2013 Graphix Supply World will exhibit at Markex in Johannesburg from Tuesday June 11 to Thursday June 13.